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Mining-Induced Displacement and Resettlement: Social

2012-9-16  Although mining-induced displacement is a global phenomenon, problems experienced by the displacees in many parts of the world differ greatly. The largest portion of the displacement is caused by open-pit mining (associated with the extraction of gold, copper, iron, lignite, and diamonds).

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Bogumil Terminski MINING-INDUCED DISPLACEMENT

2018-9-16  pit coal mining in European countries like Germany and Poland. Although mining-induced displacement is a global phenomenon, problems experienced by the displacees in many parts of the world differ greatly. The largest portion of the displacement is caused by open-pit mining (associated with the extraction of gold, copper, lignite, and diamonds).

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Mining-induced displacement and resettlement: social

The first displacement caused by mining dates back to the late nineteenth century. As pointed out by Walter Fernandes, in the Indian region of Jarkhand alone, mining has led to the displacement of 2.55 million people. Contrary to the opinions of some specialists, the problem of mining-induced displacement and resettlement is a global problem

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Mining-Induced Displacement and Resettlement: Social

The first displacement caused by mining dates back to the late nineteenth century. As pointed out by Walter Fernandes, in the Indian region of Jharkhand alone, mining has led to the displacement

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Displacement Due to Mining in Jharkhand JSTOR

versa. The concept of displacement should be seen from the wider perspective of this symbiotic relationship between environment and people. The exploitation of mineral resources through surface and underground mining has caused wide ranging environ-mental problems such as land degradation, air, water and noise pollution, etc. These

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Africa: conflicts and mining-induced displacement War

2008-2-1  "Mining-induced displacement was one of the most underreported causes of displacement in Africa, and one that was likely to increase, as mineral extraction remained a key economic driver in the whole region," was one of the conclusions of a official report by SADC, the Southern African Development Community, early 2006.

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Coal Mining Displacement JSTOR

Coal Mining Displacement Ratnakar Bhengara India's coal mining industry is seeking a large World Bank loan to upgrade its mines. While displacement caused by coal mining goes unquestioned at the level of policy-making, strong reaction to the trauma it creates is building up at the ground level. WHILE Narmada, Koel-Karo and other

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Application of UAV-based orthomosaics for determination

2021-4-1  The displacement field caused by underground mining is characterized by high spatial variability. This is because of the variability of the values and directions of the observed displacements resulting from many factors, such as the shape and size of excavations, the underground mining system, and/or the distance of the analyzed point from the

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(PDF) Involuntary displacement and resettlement to make

Pre-displacement the families' derived livelihood from agriculture and artisanal diamond mining. Current initiatives foster dependency rather than rehabilitation, development

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Causes, Effects and Solutions for Mining E&C

For mining purposes, big machines are often used in order to make the mining process more effective and to reduce the physical work for miners. However, these machines emit large amounts of harmful gases, also including greenhouse gases like methane or CO2. Thus, mining can also cause air pollution and the implied consequences.

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Mining-Induced Displacement and Resettlement: Social

2012-9-16  Although mining-induced displacement is a global phenomenon, problems experienced by the displacees in many parts of the world differ greatly. The largest portion of the displacement is caused by open-pit mining (associated with the extraction of gold, copper, iron, lignite, and diamonds).

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Mining-induced displacement and resettlement: social

The first displacement caused by mining dates back to the late nineteenth century. As pointed out by Walter Fernandes, in the Indian region of Jarkhand alone, mining has led to the displacement of 2.55 million people. Contrary to the opinions of some specialists, the problem of mining-induced displacement and resettlement is a global problem

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Mining-Induced Displacement and Resettlement: Social

The first displacement caused by mining dates back to the late nineteenth century. As pointed out by Walter Fernandes, in the Indian region of Jharkhand alone, mining has led to the displacement

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Mining-Induced Displacement and Resettlement: An

2020-6-27  DIDs, mining-induced displacement (MID) remains understudied, therefore, its unique consequences remain unknown. The study was motivated by the fact that most economists have relegated the study on economic consequences of internal displacement to anthropologists and other disciplines despite the fact that displacement has economic consequences.

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Africa: conflicts and mining-induced displacement War

2008-2-1  "Mining-induced displacement was one of the most underreported causes of displacement in Africa, and one that was likely to increase, as mineral extraction remained a key economic driver in the whole region," was one of the conclusions of a official report by SADC, the Southern African Development Community, early 2006.

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Displacement Due to Mining in Jharkhand JSTOR

versa. The concept of displacement should be seen from the wider perspective of this symbiotic relationship between environment and people. The exploitation of mineral resources through surface and underground mining has caused wide ranging environ-mental problems such as land degradation, air, water and noise pollution, etc. These

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Mining Projects: A Slope towards Displacement

2021-11-9  Displacement caused by mining is currently one of the most serious threats to the region's stability and long-term development. Between 1950 and 2000, it is estimated that the rise of mining displaced between “1, 5 and 2, 5 million people”. The fundamental issue in India appears to be a conflict over land ownership between local

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Post-displacement livelihoods in mining communities: The

2021-9-25  Studies elsewhere have shown how mining-induced displacement result in conflicts between local communities and large-scale mining companies (Hilson 2002; Lesutis 2019). The villagers living close to the diamond fields had to be relocated because the state viewed them as part of the problematic artisanal miners, while other villagers were

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(PDF) Involuntary displacement and resettlement to make

Pre-displacement the families' derived livelihood from agriculture and artisanal diamond mining. Current initiatives foster dependency rather than rehabilitation, development and livelihood

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What Is The Environmental Impact Of The Mining Industry

2017-4-25  Mines are known to cause severe environmental problems. Mining is the extraction of minerals and other geological materials of economic value from deposits on the Earth. Mining adversely affects the environment by inducing loss of biodiversity, soil erosion, and contamination of surface water, groundwater, and soil.

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Mining-induced displacement and resettlement: social

The first displacement caused by mining dates back to the late nineteenth century. As pointed out by Walter Fernandes, in the Indian region of Jarkhand alone, mining has led to the displacement of 2.55 million people. Contrary to the opinions of some specialists, the problem of mining-induced displacement and resettlement is a global problem

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Mining-Induced Displacement and Resettlement: Social

The first displacement caused by mining dates back to the late nineteenth century. As pointed out by Walter Fernandes, in the Indian region of Jharkhand alone, mining has led to

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Mining-Induced Displacement and Resettlement: An

2020-6-27  DIDs, mining-induced displacement (MID) remains understudied, therefore, its unique consequences remain unknown. The study was motivated by the fact that most economists have relegated the study on economic consequences of internal displacement to anthropologists and other disciplines despite the fact that displacement has economic consequences.

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Africa: conflicts and mining-induced displacement War

2008-2-1  "Mining-induced displacement was one of the most underreported causes of displacement in Africa, and one that was likely to increase, as mineral extraction remained a key economic driver in the whole region," was one of the conclusions of a official report by SADC, the Southern African Development Community, early 2006.

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Displacement Due to Mining in Jharkhand JSTOR

versa. The concept of displacement should be seen from the wider perspective of this symbiotic relationship between environment and people. The exploitation of mineral resources through surface and underground mining has caused wide ranging environ-mental problems such as land degradation, air, water and noise pollution, etc. These

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Mining Projects: A Slope towards Displacement

2021-11-9  Displacement caused by mining is currently one of the most serious threats to the region's stability and long-term development. Between 1950 and 2000, it is estimated that the rise of mining displaced between “1, 5 and 2, 5 million people”. The fundamental issue in India appears to be a conflict over land ownership between local

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Coal Mining Displacement JSTOR

Coal Mining Displacement Ratnakar Bhengara India's coal mining industry is seeking a large World Bank loan to upgrade its mines. While displacement caused by coal mining goes unquestioned at the level of policy-making, strong reaction to the trauma it creates is building up at the ground level. WHILE Narmada, Koel-Karo and other

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Post-displacement livelihoods in mining communities: The

2021-9-25  Studies elsewhere have shown how mining-induced displacement result in conflicts between local communities and large-scale mining companies (Hilson 2002; Lesutis 2019). The villagers living close to the diamond fields had to be relocated because the state viewed them as part of the problematic artisanal miners, while other villagers were

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Involuntary displacement and resettlement to make way

development in the period 1990-2000 caused the displacement of 90-100 million (Cernea and McDowell, 2000). This translates to 10 million people a

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(PDF) Involuntary displacement and resettlement to make

Pre-displacement the families' derived livelihood from agriculture and artisanal diamond mining. Current initiatives foster dependency rather than rehabilitation, development and livelihood

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